Frank, a Political Monster

Frank, a Political Monster

Author: Antonio Corrales

Publisher: Xlibris Us

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Frank, a Political Monster: 12 Rules to Succeed in Organizations portrays the story of a remarkable man from a poor neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela. Frank was born and raised in a household full of love, dysfunctionality, intellectuality, hunger, violence, alcohol, European customs, laughter, tears, death, and more death. By a gracious miracle, Frank ended up breaking the cycle of poverty and becoming a civil engineer, a highly successful manager in the private sector, a husband, a father, an ambitious and tenacious entrepreneur, a shrewd politician, and one of the most admired and respected persons in the country. Sadly, the demons from the past never completely left Frank and ended up destroying most of his life's accomplishments. This is a story full of ups and downs, life lessons, and mostly of an unlimited desire for chasing one's dreams.
Frank, a Political Monster
Language: en
Pages: 112
Authors: Antonio Corrales
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-05-11 - Publisher: Xlibris Us

Frank, a Political Monster: 12 Rules to Succeed in Organizations portrays the story of a remarkable man from a poor neighborhood in Caracas, Venezuela. Frank was born and raised in a household full of love, dysfunctionality, intellectuality, hunger, violence, alcohol, European customs, laughter, tears, death, and more death. By a
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